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personnel from tunisia, sudan and they are investigating the u.s. ambassador murder in libya. forced to delay there are rival because of the violence. thousands of protesters across the globe taking to the streets. they're fueled by anti-islam film that was released by an american film maker. obama says that these people will be taken to justice. that killed the local americans. they also died at the u.s. consulate. president barack obama is native ambassador chris stevens and three others killed in the assault on the u.s. compound in libya, served america's ideals -- ambassador chris stevens, 52, had close ties to the in san francisco. fbi officials have put off their visit until the following region is safer. >> the men' members of the security council with a series of violent attacks against embassies. and consulate premises of nemesis and multiple locations. >> protesters are waging separate anti-islam film. this person. question of who was behind "innocence of muslims," the anti-muslim project that sparked a wave of mob violence across the middle east and may have created the co
and the military are taking efforts to step up security at u.s. embassies across the region. jim maceda joins us from cairo. jim, good evening. >> reporter: hello, lester. the state department is temporarily closing embassies in sudan and yemen, warning u.s. citizens of the travel in those countries, as well as in tunisia where americans are encouraged to leave as worries about more violent protests escalate. a four-day standoff outside the u.s. embassy in cairo ended this morning when riot police charged the protesters and cleared out tahrir square, arresting some 200 along the way. the city began to return to normal as did the country with no reported protests or violence. friday's day of rage spread across more than 20 countries. in tunisia today local citizens and security personnel surveyed damaged cars and buildings at the u.s. embassy now protected by armored vehicles while a u.s. marine rapid response team took up positions at yemen's charred u.s. embassy and western hotels. it wasn't all quiet. as far away as sydney, australia, hundreds protesters clashed with riot police outside the u.
. by midnight, increased the shores, south bay and market rallies. temperatures right now in the low 50s and san francisco, mid-50s in san jose, forties' in santa rosa. 50 degrees in livermore. it will warm up nicely out there. into the north bay, upper 70's and low 80s. we will have their full forecast coming out. >>terisa: new this morning, for american service members have been killed after an afghan police officer turned his gun on troops. half of this morning in southern afghanistan. this is the third attack afghan forces or surgeons -- insurgents >> turmoil raging across the muslim world is likely to continue in the days ahead. protests have been sparked in dozens of countries worldwide including this one in australia the state department has ordered the departure of non-essential personnel from tanzania and sudan. this morning, panetta said the violence seems to be leveling off. the president says that the people will be brought to justice who killed the u.s. ambassador to libya, chris stevens as well as three other americans in the u.s. consulate in benghazi. >> anti u.s. protests fo
in custody a u.s. attorney's office says a u.s. citizen arrested last night trying to blow up we thought was a car bomb it was a fake given to him by undercover agents there are monitoring him after on light posts about engaging in a violent g-in u.s.. the filmmaker connected to the anti islamic found under federal investigation not his first run in with the law joy benedict tells us he was taken into questioning last night. >>> new koula was taken away from his home in serrado's in the wee hours of the morning by a los angeles county sheriff's he has not returned folks in this community have questions. early this morning under the cover of darkness wearing a scarf over his face in the koula the sea lee etna koula left his family and a community with questions >>> we don't want trouble in our community >>> p. d. robinson is concern that the man's film which has sparked protests in the middle east may have brought unwanted attention to her community >>> it does not show respect for someone who's supposed to be a profit i can see what people are upset >>> his home answer rios it's quiet ca
's no doubt this is genuine fury. a protestors the u.s. embassy even tore down the stars and stripes and which the fundamentalist fundamentalist flag carrier across the muslim world the anchor is fuelled a destructive frenzy this week carried a winter snow and see the pops one for american symbols. in tripoli in lebanon poughkeepsie and a hardee's restaurant was torched. and a highly respected school was overrun and looted. but really it was a clumsy u.s.-made film that cost all of this? in fact the editor of egypt's newspaper the real roots lie much deeper. >>> i think american foreign policy for a long long time. it was doing a lot of harm >>> america long supported the rights of despised present was toppled by a popular uprising just last year. we're speaking about a long history of mistrust and defined this way whatever the reason is >>> especially in poor muslim countries were at the face chronic injustice and corruption. and in cairo this week, the protesters did not actually reached the embassy but did did invade the grounds before the riot police drove them back with tear gas took the
's no doubt its genuine fury. protesters at the u.s. embassy even tore down the stars and stripes to hoist the fundamentalist islamic slack. across the muslim world and the american banker fuelled a destructive frenzy this week. and where there was no embassy they went for american symbols. can see and hardee's restaurant was torched. and a highly respected american school over run and looted. but wasn't really a clumsy u.s.- made film that caused all of this. in fact editor of the newspaper said the real roots lie much deeper. >>> american foreign policy for a long time was doing a lot of harm. >>> in egypt american long supported the widely despised president mubarak who was toppled by a popular uprising just last year. >>> weaker speaking about the long history of mistrust and anchor and will finally get their reason. >>> especially in poor muslim countries were millions face chronic injustice and corruption. in cairo this week protesters didn't actually reached the embassy but they did invade the grounds before riot police drove them back teargas. it took its president three old da
of the u.s. strategy in afghanistan. >> it is fantastic to be home with the family again. >> they were honored saturday, assigned to the international security assistance force in afghanistan, helping to train the afghan army and the police in the hopes they will fight crime and the taliban on their own some day. it is part of and in u.s. combat operations there by the end of 2014. >> the challenge was trying to train them to the way that we do it. we taught them the basics. our job is to show them how to do it and they learn how to do it. >> the homecoming comes on the same day that two nato troops were killed by an afghan police trainee. >> it is a part of the conflict that we deal with on a day-to- day basis. as a leader, i thought we were led and prepared and trained. nothing can help you prepare for something like that. >> they spent a year in afghanistan, deploying on september 11 last year, on the 10th anniversary of the attacks. for many of them, it was their third tour. >> i have four children, and he is the first i did not see born. the sacrifice that we do, it pays off, thou
. a would-be terrorist hoping to attack popular sites across one major u.s. city. and troops in afghanistan. defenseless against a murderer in disguise. assassins. dressed as allies. it is happening again. nato troops gunned down by a terrorist wearing an afghan police uniform are. the latest green on blue attack follows that deadly ambush on our premier u.s. marine base. with new word now directly from the taliban their target is one of the most famous people in uniform. >> also, our military and the fbi now on the hunt in libya for the killers of those four americans who died in our consultate. tonight, al-qaeda praising the death of u.s. ambassador are chris stevens and in citing others to go after troops. we witness the latest efforts to protect americans under threat. >> we begin with a fox you bent. urgent. brand new details on the surprise attack in afghanistan that killed two u.s. marines yesterday. here is what is key. and you will notice the trend here. we are now learning about 15 taliban insurgents stormed that base wearing u.s. army uniforms. at the post our marines share with
and military now guard the u.s. embassy compound and school damaged by angry protestors. they have ordered all nonessential government and family members to leave sudan and tunisia. they issued travel warnings because the threat of more violence. in pakistan protestors stomped on the u.s. flag as the wave of anger continued to spread, even down under. >> taliban released this video of the aftermath of a revenge attack on a base in afghanistan. two u.s. marines were killed. several others wounded and extensive property damage including six very expensive u.s. jets. >> security was beefed up in paris as protestors gathered outside there and in benghazi libyan teams begin investigating the consulate where chris stevens and three other americans were killed on the anniversary of the september 11th attacks. they are en route to make their own investigation. the man believed to be behind the controversial film that fueled the anti-american outrage left his california home, was questioned by probation officers and released. federal officials are investigating his activities. >>> july the 4th, 82nd ai
is more. >> police and military now guard the u.s. embassy compound and school damaged by angry protestors. they have ordered all nonessential government and family members to leave sudan and tunisia. they issued travel warnings because the threat of more violence. in pakistan protestors stomped on the u.s. flag as the wave of anger continued to spread, even down under. >> taliban released this video of the aftermath of a revenge attack on a base in afghanistan. two u.s. marines were killed. several others wounded and extensive property damage including six very expensive u.s. jets. >> security was beefed up in paris as protestors gathered outside there and in benghazi libyan teams begin investigating the consulate where chris stevens and three other americans were killed on the anniversary of the september 11th attacks. they are en route to make their own investigation. the man believed to be behind the controversial film that fueled the anti-american outrage left his california home, was questioned by probation officers and released. federal officials are investigating his activities. >>
cloudy skies. temperatures are in the mid-50s but dropping into the upper 40s in some of our north bay valleys. by 7:00 we should see mainly 50s. we will have more sunshine. and looking at some hazy conditions around noon with more 60s to low 70s in our inland east bay. notice we are still in the upper 50s at our coast with some partial afternoon clearing. upper 80s return to our inland valleys. low clouds and fog getting the upper hand today in some neighbors. i'll detail the forecast for the week ahead a bit later. carolyn. >> we will look for you later, lisa. developing news in fairfield this morning where we are learning more details about three people who were shot overnight. police say just after midnight they were called to the 1200 block of dana drive where me they found all three victims. they were taken to north bay medical center good a block away with nonlife-threatening injuries. no word on possible suspects or what led up to the shooting. police say there's nothing to indicate the incident is gang related. >>> this morning two burn victims are recovering after their apart
anti-american violence, late word the state department announcing it will temporarily close our u.s. embassy in pakistan. and a new warning from the leader of our strongest ally in the middle east, countdown to the worse case scenario begins now. approaching the point of no return, that wording from israel's prime minister. he says iran is about to have the the most destructive weapon on earth. >> very close to six month away being 90% of having atom bomb. i think you have to place that red line before them now, before it's too late. >> the the fox reports. benjamin netanyahu about iran going nuclear. >> and also-- decision day in a union battle playing out in our nation's third largest school district. it could happen in any community, hundreds of thousands of students with their education on hold. in minutes, the latest on chicago's teacher's strike. and-- >> and left me with a push. >> coming home, from out of this world. what's happening 210 miles overhead right now. the moment of truth is fast approaching in the middle east. ed israeli prime minister warning that the iran would
to play overseas now. >>> a great finish to a great weekend. the party is about to end. storm team 4's chuck bell is here with the first word on the weather. >> good evening. good sunday evening, everybody. plenty of clouds away. those are moving on out and we ended up with bonus sunshine with the tail end of sunday, a very pleasant evening to get outside. temperature, 75 in washington. 71 up in northern maryland. 73 in culpepper, virginia, 74 in la plata, maryland. and 76 in annapolis. nothing showing up just yet some of we'll be dry for the rest of this evening. have been a few sprinkles down on the lower parts of the eastern shore, but they haven't been bothering us. as a result. sunday evening looks good. sunny breaks for the next little while. sundown at 7:14 this evening. mid 70s for now. back to the middle and upper 60s by 11:00 and rain drop chances are arising. we'll talk about that on the seven-day, coming up are. >> a calmer day across the middle east and the rest of the muslim world after a week of deadly protests. but today contradictory claims about the attack on the u.s.
deadly riots around the world. and the president sends a message to those who attacked the u.s. embassy in libya. >>> also, a pop-up scene in the east bay that gives a lifeline to veterans continues this weekend. we'll show you where it is and when it will shut down. >>> and how a looming nhl lockout could make a big i pact in the south bay. >> nbc bay area news starts right now. >> good evening to you. i'm kris sanchez in. outrage over a controversial film made in the u.s. continues to spread around the world has federal officials question a convicted felon in california who may have helped to make that movie. dozens of anti-american protests and demonstrations are being held in cities around the world. tonight there are so many questions about the movie that led to the violence and the attack in libya which claimed the lives of four americans. nbc bay area's kimberly terry have in the newsroom with the latest. >> kim, today the man believed to be behind the con tr verse shul innocence of muslim's youtube video was brought in with federal officers. since the movie ignited, the filmmake
attacks on u.s. embassies. and in his first interview with an american tv station, the president of libya, told nbc news the attack on the u.s. consulate was planned. he also says lib yanz and foreigners were responsible for the assault that killed four americans. jim maceda has more now on the u.s. response from cairo. >> reporter: a four-day stand-off outside the u.s. embassy in cairo ended early this morning. riot police charged the protesters and cleared outta rear square, arresting some 200 along the way. the city began to return to normal as did the country. but friday's day of rage sprea across more than 20 countries. in tunisia today, local citizens and security personnel, surveyed damaged cars and buildings at the u.s. embassy, now protected by armored vehicles. while a marine response team took up position at some western hotels. it wasn't all quiet. as far away as sitny, auydney, trail, protests broke out saying they had defiled their religion. with the whole middle eastern crisis, pope benedict xvi offered a message. he said people of different faiths now live together. in the
with the u.s. ambassador to the united nations, susan rice. then, big questions on capitol hill. who is behind the attack that killed the u.s. ambassador to libya? and should we cut off foreign aid to governments that fail to protect our diplomats? we'll have the head of the house intelligence committee, chairman mike rogers. plus, tough talk from both candidates on the middle east. we'll ask our sunday panel if foreign policy will finally become an issue in this campaign. and our power players of the week. using their washington clout to fight a devastating disease. all right now on "fox news sunday." >>> and hello again from fox news in washington. we'll talk with ambassador rice and chairman rogers in a moment. first here is the latest on the situation overseas. protesters have attacked u.s. targets in more than 20 nations. citing concerns over security the state department ordered all nonessential u.s. government personnel to leave sudan and tunisia. and in libya there are reports of more arrests in the attack that killed four americans including ambassador chris stevens. for mor
erupting in sudan and tunisia. now, forcing the u.s. state department to issue orders for all nonessential government and personnel and their families, there, to get out. good morning, everybody, i'm eric sean and welcome to a brand new hour of america's election headquarters. >> jamie: significant development overseas, i'm jamie colby, because, sudan's government is rejecting a u.s. request to send an elite team of marines into the country to protect the embassy and our own people, after the angry crowds there torched part of the german embassy and tried to storm the u.s. embassy, 48 hours ago. the state department warning the terrorist level remains critical, in that country and in tunisia americans are told to leave the country, immediately by our state department and stay away from the demonstration. defense secretary leon panetta warning the turmoil raging across the muslim world is likely to continue into the days ahead. our own greg palkot, taking a chance, live in the capital of tunisia. tell us what is happening there. >> reporter: juliey, no wonder the state department is concern
. >> i am from the u.s. naval academy. thanks to all of the panelists for your excellent presentations. what are the lessons to be learned out of what appears to be a consistent record of frustration? we see the breakdown of the geneva agreement and the breakdown of the apartheid agreement and a series of meetings without results. what are the lessons to be learned from this? >> to put things in perspective -- you can think -- one will find going forward -- we were talking about the agreement in istanbul. the whole issue of 20% of iran's call for sanctions, the united states there is a problem that iran to want to negotiate for a position which has changed -- you talk about 20% -- they want sanctions to be lifted with them stopping 20%. the question is they are enriching. we said their right to enrich should be recognized and that would negate all the u.n. sanctions. the nuclear issue stems from u.n. security council issues. within the margins of this issue, there is room to change going forward. i think we may find that it is constrained by the fact that israel is still there. israel
the military option. >> shannon: our ambassador to the united nations says the u.s. will stand with israel and do what it takes to stop oran from developing a nuclear weapon, as israeli prime minister netanyahu says iran is 7 to 8 months away from being able to build a nuclear bomb and demands that the united states give a red line to iran. we start with peter doos gee senator john mechanic cane said an hour and-a-half that he thinks the united states is sing exactly the wrong main to the israelis about whether or not we will have their back, if iran gets closer to building a nuclear weapon. >> we keep tells the israelis not to attack, shouldn't we be telling the iranians that that we are with israel and they should back down. >> reporter: the u.s. bamdass dorto the u.n. says that the united states will do whatever it takes to prevent iran from acquiring the nuclear weapon and the military option is on the table. but she said, she thinks there is time for the pressure we are putting on the islamic republic to make them change course. >> the most solemn decision that a president can ever ta
against american so violent in some parts of the world state department order some u.s. citizens abroad to get out the protest over anti is on movie spread beyond the middle east the california filmmaker link to the foam is hiding tonight after federal authorities questioned and released him. here is duarte geraldino shows >>> hair wrapped a towel around his face to shield his identity as he was taken in for questioning the southern california film maker linked to anti muslim video that sparked it to protest in the muslim world >>> he was never arrested never detained and never in custody of voluntary >>> he directed the film but federal authorities want to know if the 55 rural reported involvement miley it's a condition of his parole he was convicted in bank fraud and banned from using the internet protests spread to australia saturday police used pepper spray to push back demonstrators outside the american consulate in sydney in cairo were demonstrations began officers cleared protesters now a concrete barrier blocks the entrance to the american embassy. demonstrations erupted in more
talk. >>> issue one. arab uproar. u.s. diplomatic missions were hit by two separate afax this -- attacks this week. both on tuesday, the anniversary of the twin showers, shanksville and penalty gone atrocities. in cairo, egyptian protesters scaled the walls of the u.s. embassy, desecrated a u.s. flag and raised a black islamic flag that praised the prophet mohammed. in libya, the attack at the u.s. benghazi consulate turned deadly when they fired guns, burned the compound and burned the building. four americans were murdered including the embassy, christopher stevens. secretary of state hillary clinton condemned the benghazi crimes. >> how could this happen in a country we help liberate in a city we helped save from destruction? >> the attacks in both libya and egypt are linked to a film called innocent of muslims, made by a california-based director. the movie depictures the prophet mohammed as a quote unquote fraud and a philanderer. a 14-minute trailer of the film was dubbed into egyptian arabic and posted on youtube, thus shared on the internet, including the muslim w
in the upper- 40's. we are looking at temperatures up quickly cooling down, which is a low but miles south of us. we have an area of low pressure beginning to develop a pair of the cloud cover is keeping the heat closer toward the ground level. that is why it is a little bit warmer outside. across the board quiet and it will remain quiet for the overnight as high pressure slowly moves off the coast. in its place, we're watching not one but two systems. the number one is across missouri and arkansas appeared and a cold front will move into the overnight hours on monday and tuesday. it will bring us more clouds and rain and thunderstorms. and then a shot of much cooler air for the day on wednesday. in the next 48 hours, we will see a mix of sun and clouds. i think we will see more sunshine and clouds brewing temperatures will still remain nice. then clouds will continue to sneak in. to the west of us, look for showers and thunderstorms start to develop. the shenandoah valley could see a few inches of rain. the heaviest rain will be to the west of b.c. -- west of d.c. partly cloudy and coole
of anti-american protests eased a bit today. u.s. marines arrived in yemen to bolster security at the american embassy. but another contingent was refused entry to sudan. the state department says tonight, it's ordering all non-essential personnel to leave both sudan and tunisia, these developments four days after the violent on theus consulate in libya that killed the u.s. ambassador and three members of his team. tonight we are getting our first look at the safe house that came under fire. charlie d'agata and a cbs news crew reached the building today. here's their report. >> reporter: the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi was just the beginning of a terrifying night for the americans inside. libyan officials told us their forces helped evacuate 32 americans out of the consulate as attacks are torched and stormed the compound. i libyan commander told us a convoy of 22 vehicles, two of them armored, raced from the u.s. consulate down this road to a safe house a mile and a half away. but the safe house they fled to, which was supposed to be in a secret location, had beco
security chal edges the u.s. faces overseas are mounting tonight over the anti-islam film and disagreement over what really happened in libya to new saber-rattling between israel and iran. now a series of deadly attacks on u.s. and coalition troops in afghanistan, including two more inside attacks by afghan police. in all, eight troops have died, including six americans. the number of american and nato troops killed this year by afghan security forces has climbed to 51. tonight the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, general martin dempsey, is calling the so-called blue on green attacks a serious threat to the war effort. our team has it all covered. we begin in kabul with nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel. richard. >> reporter: good evening, lester. how do you fight a war when your supposed allies are attacking you? these attacks are vicious. they are hard to defend against. today the chairman of the joint chiefs said something has to change. afghan security forces turned their guns on u.s. and nato troops yet again. today it was in zabul near the pakistani border at a re
will have -- partly cloudy conditions, temperatures in the 70's. h.d. doppler radar, you did see rain showers, rain shower to the south of us down in north carolina and virginia and out into the kentucky area. high pressure will keep that away from us. currently at b.w.i. airport, 54 degrees. the dew point around 51. humidity 90%, winds are calm and the barometer is 30.13. all good things must come to an end and the beginning of the week doesn't look that good. we will break that down for you coming up. >> our big story this morning, two more troops killed in attacks overseas. nato says a man believed to be a member of the afghan local police turned his weapon on two service members. >> the attack comes on the same day as the maryland guard unit that trained police in afghanistan returned home. george lettis has more on the story. >> it's fantastic to be home with the family again. >> the more than 40 maryland national guards men and women honored at a home coming saturday were assigned to the international security assistance force in afghanistan. they helped train the afghan army an
temperatures around 80. but compared to wednesday about 10 degrees cooler. nighttime lows in the 50s. lower 60s. tomorrow increasing clouds. a few showers late in the day around 80 degrees. here's the extended outlook calling for temperatures in the lower 70s on wednesday and thursday. friday looking great with lots of sunshine. a few clouds moving into saturday. but tonight for those who may be heading out for services it's going to be dry and quiet for tonight. >> great. >> get to celebrate the new year in style. >> thanks so much. coming up, this video you're about to take a look is of a speeding cop. >> and remember the occupy wall street protest? the buzz has died down but today they are celebrating. anncr: a good job. it's the key to a good life. but it isn't always easy to find one... tevote for question seven is a vote for maryland jobs. two thousand construction jobs to build a new resorort casino. four thousand permanent jobs paying... on average fifty five thousand a year. six thousand jobs from increased tourism... and table games like blac
online about violent jihad and killing americans. the teen is a u.s. citizen and reportedly identified dozens of other potential targets to authorities. tonight he is charged with trying to use a weapon of mass destruction and trying to damage and destroy a building with an explosive. >>> the rage over the anti-muslim video that has offended so many people throughout the world is still smoldering tonight. protests erupted around the globe with many claiming that the u.s. is not doing enough to punish the filmmakers. kimberly terry is in the news room with the latest on this developing story. >> reporter: from tunisia to australia, people are demonstrating their anger over this movie. overnight the southern california man believed to be behind it was taken in by federal officers. with his face covered he willingly went to be questioned, not about the movie he's linked to, but for possible probation violations. in 2010, the 55-year-old pleaded no contest to federal bank fraud charges and was banned from using computers or the internet as part of his sentence. >> he's not in custody. nobo
results in the killing of a u-s ambassador... i'll have the story... update news starts now. hello and welcome to update news... im pedro garcia. and i'm lexy nuno... thanks for joining us. we begin with developing news..... campus police are telling us that at 1:15 this morning, a man was walking here near the student union when four or five men dressed in all black approached him, demanding money.... one of the suspects pulled out a pocket knife. the victim suffered an injury to his left hand after the group of men beat him. the suspects were seen running south on south-tenth-street toward east-william-street. update news amanda del castillo is live on campus with more on the story. (live interview) back to you. in the meantime ... two female students were attacked on campus earlier this week. these attacks are raising new questions about campus safety. ">>>the attacks on tuesday morning -- happened in broad daylight on a busy walkway near maquarrie hall and the seventh street garage. "homeless man ronald kimball walked up to one female student and struck her, then walked up to a
is a u.s. citizen that was focus of investigators after he posted material on line about violent jihad and the killing of americans. >>> in southern california, firefighters expect to fully contain a brush fire today near the getty center art museum. it's burning east of interstate 405 in the hills. it broke out friday toward a residential cul-de-sac in bellaire. no homes have been threatened or damaged. the fire has charred about 90 acres so far. it's 90% contained. >> an animal shelter in pleasanton has to close for a few weeks. they really need your help this morning to find homes for their clients. 32 cats and five dogs to be exact. they only have four days to find homes for them. valley humane society is going to have to be replaced. >> in most cases that wouldn't be such a big deal but for us the bacteria can get down and bacteria can get down in the crevices and it can collect. >> carolyn: the shelter will close thursday. it will reopen around the first of next month. >> this summer you may made the sleep train dream campaign a huge success. yesterday hundreds of bay area foster
diplomats. the u.s. is telling american citizens to leave tunisia and sudan. >>> the filmmaker who caused them is a caustic christian. now cops in northern virginia are afraid of a backlash. we hear about how they feel about the protests and the video that caused them. >>> good morning. and welcome to fox 5 morning news sunday. we'll have those stories, plus a big day for skins fans. we'll have a full preview of today's game. dave roth is in st. louis, as the redskins take on the rams for the second straight road game for the burgandy and gold. >> and also later in the show, basketball great shaquille o'neal is talking binge drinking. we caught up with the four-time champ on capitol hill. >> also later in at the movies, actor bill murray, what is he doing? he's cleaning our film reviewer's boot. >>> but first, today's weather looks like another gorgeous one. you're taking a live picture now at the army/navy half marathon, going on this morning. good morning, gwen. >> good morning, melanie. it's a perfect day for a marathon or anything else you would like to do outside. mother nature, defi
new details on just how close he got. >>> breaking this morning -- four u.s. soldiers killed in afghanistan, as we learn new details the brazen and deadly attack on that u.s. housing prince harry, was he the target? and is he putting other soldiers at risk? >>> gorillas in her midst. the astonishing video going viral this morning. the animal activist who let his 18-month-old toddler play with this 300-pound gorilla. how does this father justify it? >>> and he's being called the hottest man in the world, brace yourself, ladies, he's here. the world's top male model. the face that launched a thousand ad campaigns. he joins us live this morning. are you ready for this? >>> it is cool outside this morning in new york city, but the temperature is rising here in the studio. check this out. we have who's called theottest man in the world, this morning, and this is what happened back in the makeup room moments ago. >> you mind if i get a red bull? >> sure. >> thank you. >> all of the ladies here at "good morning america" dressing to the nines this morning. and, ginger, you got to sp
up with holes in the overcast. so by noontime a little hazy, but still temperatures in the 50s and 60s for the most part. outlying areas from low 70s. by this afternoon once again the widespread with numbers in the upper 50s at our coast to near 90 around the lever more valley. evening hours featuring more low clouds and fog, and temperatures are going to bottom out here with the stratus and that on shore flow ting to ramp up through the overnight hours and also into next week. we will talk about that coming up. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. developing news in fairfield this morning with three people have been shot overnight. police say just after midnight they were called to the 1200 block of dana drive where me they found all three victims. they were taken to north bay medical center good a block away with nonlife-threatening injuries. no word on possible suspects or what led up to the shooting. police say there's nothing to indicate the incident is gang related. officers have gone door to door at nearby apartment buildings looking for any witnesses. >>> this morning two burn victims
on u.s. led coalition forces, killing two international service members. >> the attack came on the same day a maryland national guard unit charged with training place in afghanistan returned home. george lettis has more on that part of the story. >> it's fantastic to be home with the family again. >> the more than 40 maryland national guardsmen and women honored at a homecoming honored at a homecoming saturday were assigned to the international security assistance force in afghanistan. they helped train the afghan army and police in the hopes they'll fight crime and the taliban on their own some day. the mission is a major piece of the plan to end u.s. combat operations there by the end of 2014. >> we would recover evidence and process crime scenes so the challenge was to train them to make sure they do it the way we do it. we gave them the basics, we taught them. our job is to show them how to do it. and they have to learn how to do it. that was a tough challenge. >> the homecoming comes on the same day two nato troops were killed in southern afghanistan by one of the afghan police tra
and visa issue policy. curtailing the ability of tourists to travel to the u.s. can be one of the most effective counterterrorism tools. as the 9/11 commission report noted, for terrorists, travel documents are as important as weapons. that is a very interesting statement, i think. building on that key inside, we strengthen our outer ring of border security to conduct more rigorous checks, collect biometric data and continuously checked visa holders against the terrorist watch list. we have conducted more checks overseas before passengers even for an airplane or present themselves to an officer at any of our ports of entry, a layered approach the increases our chances of preventing a terrorist from ever coming into america. today we collect more information on foreign travelers through the national targeting center to use complex targeting patterns, allowing agents to find any problems with travel documents that might raise a red flag. programs such as the immigration advisory program and of these the security unit the stations officers and agents overseas are critical components in ou
. topping the news, hundreds of anti-american protestors break through a barricade at u.s. consulate in pakistan. who is behind all these uprising answers from a top ambassador. >> and afghan police officer turning his gun on nato troops in southern afghanistan and fox news has now confirmed the four service members killed in the ambush were all americans. >> heather: plus turmoil in the middle east prompting a hard line over israel in possibility of a nuclear iran. we 6 live reaction from the streets of jerusalem. >> gregg: we began with brand-new details on the investigation into an attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi that claimed the lives of four americans including the ambassador to libya, chris stevens. interim president is tuesday's raid was pre-meade at a time act of violence. now that is claim that the u.s. ambassador to the united nations disputes. take a listen. >> best information and best assessment we have today is that in fact this was not a preplanned, pre-mid at a time attack. that what happened initially was a spontaneous reaction to what had just transpired in
. when you step outside, you will fill a chill up there. temps in the upper 40s to 50s. temperatures in the 40s to the upper 50s. this afternoon clouds gradually clear back near the coast. at that temperature range coming up again. coming up, we take a look at the forecast high in your neighborhood. also let you know the one direction temps are headed over the next couple days. >> we follow developing news this morning. a search is happening right now in the hat -- in the napa river. two brothers were fishing near green island road when one of them fell into the water. he apparently cannot swim and was swept up string. allie rasmus is there with more on what rescue teams are trying to do. >> now that the sun is coming up, the coast guard helicopter is supposed to be on the way it to seem to do an aerial search. that's the body of water you see behind us. that bridge is where these two men were fishing overnight and one of them fell into the water. search and rescue crews have been here since three about this morning. three clock a.m. was when i got a report that a man had fallen into
. rethink possible. >>> outrage over a controversial film made in the u.s. continues to spread around the world as federal officials question a convicted felon in california who may have helped to make that movie. dozens of anti-american protests and demonstrations are being held around the world. and tonight, there are still many questions about that movie that led to the violence and the attack in libya which claimed the lives of four americans. nbc bay area's kimberly thieri has the latest. >> reporter: the california man behind the youtube video was brought in for an interview with federal officers. since the movie ignited a firestorm of anger, he's been out of public view, staying with family. with its face covered, nikoula basseley naloula willingly went to be question good possible probation violations. in 2010, the 55-year-old pled no contest to federal bank fraud charges and was banned from using computers or the internet as part of his sentence. >> he's not in custody. >> no. >> nobody's under arrest. he came along willingly. he was cooperative, absolutely no incidents. he w
outside the u.s. embassy in sydney, local police used pepper spray on protesters one officer was hurt and carried away. some protesters carried signs that praised osama bin laden's. we get a clear picture of what happened to the moments after the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya charlie daggata shows as dozens of americans fled the building many were in the line of fire in a nearby safe house that was supposed to protect them. >>> the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi just the beginning of the terrifying night for americans. officials told us forces evacuate the 32 americans from the consulate as attackers storm the compound the libyan commander said a convoy of 22 vehicles raced from the u.s. consulate down the road to a safe house a mile and a half away the safe house they fled to which was supposed to be a secret location had become a target. >>> this is where they were attacking from >>> the u.s. extraction team of commandos arrived to take them to the airport the house came under heavy fire it was intense, a deadly and accurate. everywhere you look on the rooftop evid
's the iranian -- >> and the future of the president's outreach to the muslim world with u.s. ambassador of the united nations susan rice. then democratic leader nancy pelosi, bullish on winning back the house. >> that was the pivotal day. >> plus, foreign policy and poll numbers with romney supporter and former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. i'm candy crowley. and this is "state of the union." >>> another middle east problem this week. certain that iran is pursuing nuclear weapons, but pressure not to take military action right now. the prime minister of israel is pushing back. benjamin netanyahu argues the u.s. must set specific limits for iran. he suggested otherwise israel will move forward on its own. >> those in the international community will refuse to put red lines before iran don't have a moral right to place a red light before israel. >> netanyahu's call for a red line to restrain iran was presumably the main topic a private one-hour phone conversation with president obama this week. secretary of state clinton said publicly the u.s. will not set any deadlines after which n
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